Popular literature often champions the teacher as a potential role model to shape and inspire student learning, and the same is certainly true in this context. Read More >
Mark Winslow is the Dean of the College of Natural, Social, and Health Sciences at Southern Nazarene University (SNU) in Bethany, OK. He earned a B.S. from Greenville College, an M.S. from the University of Kansas, and his Ph.D. from Kansas State University. Previously, he taught physics and science education at the college level for 18 years. His research interests include understanding how college students accommodate evolution and religious beliefs; and working with undergraduates in developing pedagogical techniques and learning resources for physics and astronomy. Winslow grew up in Taiwan as a missionary kid. He’s married with three children.
Dad, I know this letter is probably discouraging to you–maybe someday I will be convinced otherwise, but this seems very logical and practical to me. I pray th... Read More >
Rachel eventually came to accept cosmological, geological, and biological evolution...However, her acceptance of evolution was an extended journey marked by conflict... Read More >